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Just downloaded DW CS6 v12 on my new iMac - but can't figure out how to wrap text around a photo? The most advice I got via google searches point to 'property' links to 'floats' that aren't shown. Can someone help with SIMPLE advice? I'm new at this. TY

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Don+Spedale  wrote

Thanks so much Osgood, but sadly I'm still confused. I promise won't take advantage, but here's my current code. How do you attached the code you provided?

#metoo, women, men and the gig !LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|vspace=5|src=LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|alt=|width=217|alig n=right|hspace=10|height=311!economy report from the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll. In early 2018, shortly after the #metoo movement gained momentum, Edison Research

The code you posted doesn't mean anything to me as a coder.

A properly formed image tag would look like below:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description">

To add a css class to the image tag would look like:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description" class="float-left">

Then you would add the css attributes you need to the css class to style the image:

.float-left {

float: left;

margin: 0 15px 0 0;

}

Have you just opened the box today? To use DW effectively you really require a reasonable understanding of how code works.

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Dreamweaver CS6 v12?

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Just downloaded DW CS6 v12 on my new iMac - but can't figure out how to wrap text around a photo? The most advice I got via google searches point to 'property' links to 'floats' that aren't shown. Can someone help with SIMPLE advice? I'm new at this. TY

https://forums.adobe.com/people/Don+Spedale  wrote

Thanks so much Osgood, but sadly I'm still confused. I promise won't take advantage, but here's my current code. How do you attached the code you provided?

#metoo, women, men and the gig !LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|vspace=5|src=LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|alt=|width=217|alig n=right|hspace=10|height=311!economy report from the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll. In early 2018, shortly after the #metoo movement gained momentum, Edison Research

The code you posted doesn't mean anything to me as a coder.

A properly formed image tag would look like below:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description">

To add a css class to the image tag would look like:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description" class="float-left">

Then you would add the css attributes you need to the css class to style the image:

.float-left {

float: left;

margin: 0 15px 0 0;

}

Have you just opened the box today? To use DW effectively you really require a reasonable understanding of how code works.

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Give the image a class, name it float-left, as below

<img src="myImage.jpg" alt="" class="float-left">

Use some css to style the image:

.float-left {

float: left;

margin: 0 15px 0 0;

}

If you want the image to float right:

.float-right {

float: right;

margin: 0 0 0 15px;

}

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forgive me if I sound stupid, but you're saying whichever file I'm trying to wrap the 'myimage'? So if it's 'Billsface' - it would be

Where is this on the DW page? Where can add margins?

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I do everything in code view but from what l remember DW has a css panel where you can create and  attach css style to the elements on your page.

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Thanks so much Osgood, but sadly I'm still confused. I promise won't take advantage, but here's my current code. How do you attached the code you provided?

#metoo, women, men and the gig !LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|vspace=5|src=LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|alt=|width=217|align=right|hspace=10|height=311!economy report from the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll. In early 2018, shortly after the #metoo movement gained momentum, Edison Research

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https://forums.adobe.com/people/Don+Spedale  wrote

Thanks so much Osgood, but sadly I'm still confused. I promise won't take advantage, but here's my current code. How do you attached the code you provided?

#metoo, women, men and the gig !LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|vspace=5|src=LARRYROSINFRAMEDDDDDDDD.jpg|alt=|width=217|alig n=right|hspace=10|height=311!economy report from the Marketplace-Edison Research Poll. In early 2018, shortly after the #metoo movement gained momentum, Edison Research

The code you posted doesn't mean anything to me as a coder.

A properly formed image tag would look like below:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description">

To add a css class to the image tag would look like:

<img src="yourImageName.jpg" alt="Short image description" class="float-left">

Then you would add the css attributes you need to the css class to style the image:

.float-left {

float: left;

margin: 0 15px 0 0;

}

Have you just opened the box today? To use DW effectively you really require a reasonable understanding of how code works.

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osgood_  wrote

The code you posted doesn't mean anything to me as a coder.

I have seen the code posted used somewhere before, but cannot remember which program, or language used it, (after 50+ years of using computers, remembering such things becomes impossible).

To the OP -

Browsers only use html, css, javascript, svg and xml these days, every other language or code from another program that does not use the above, will not work.

In order to code for the web, you will have to learn html and css at least. Depending on what it is you wish to do, will dictate how much and how well you understand and use them.

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pziecina  wrote

I have seen the code posted used somewhere before, but cannot remember which program, or language used it, (after 50+ years of using computers, remembering such things becomes impossible).

These days I have no idea if its shite, legitimate or cutting edge, there's so much crap being ejected from different frameworks, bits of software etc

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These days I have no idea if its shite, legitimate or cutting edge, there's so much crap being ejected from different frameworks, bits of software etc

Remember the golden rule -standards will (eventually) always win.

Anyone using anything else, will sooner or later become obsolete, (the latest 'must use' will become yesterdays 'outdated method').

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Anyone using anything else, will sooner or later become obsolete, (the latest 'must use' will become yesterdays 'outdated method').

Thats true. I have a workflow and it seems to be more than efficient and effective for what I need to do so I'll continue to use that and on the way try and understand it better as that evolves. I'm not even sure why or under what circumstances I would or could use some of the newer advanced techniques I discover each and every day.

I look to see where I could have used them in recent projects but I dont see a place for them so maybe they are used in alternative stuff like app producing and not website development.....I think the two are becoming blurred a bit.

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osgood_  wrote

... so maybe they are used in alternative stuff like app producing and not website development.....I think the two are becoming blurred a bit.

Could be the subject of another, (separate) discussion?

I call what I did a 'browser based app', because it could do everything an app, a website, and many programs do.

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Could be the subject of another, (separate) discussion?

I call what I did a 'browser based app', because it could do everything an app, a website, and many programs do.

Not sure there would be many takers in this forum, a bit too advanced.

For me its becoming a bit mixed up as more app workflows seem to be being used by developers to produce simple solutions or simple websites (overkill) when a simple website needs just a simple approach. I see no benefit in using a sledge hammer to crack a nut other than the fact it can be done but whether or not its done in most cases by design or by accident or lack of knowledge or the only workflow one knows, I cant no longer work out.

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I don't think it is advanced, more that it incorporates much of what can now be done in a browser. Most people would probably only use 10-20% of what is now possible, even on what some would call large commercial sites, but everyone would probably use a different 10-20% at some point.

As for workflows, once you move to managing large sites/projects, with multiple disciplines involved, you want to keep the entire process as simple as possible, so all the, 'look at me, i can use this and that', tools or workflows go out of the window.

If you keep the workflow as simple as possible, no one is irreplaceable, and that is essential.

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I don't think it is advanced, more that it incorporates much of what can now be done in a browser. Most people would probably only use 10-20% of what is now possible, even on what some would call large commercial sites, but everyone would probably use a different 10-20% at some point.

As for workflows, once you move to managing large sites/projects, with multiple disciplines involved, you want to keep the entire process as simple as possible, so all the, 'look at me, i can use this and that', tools or workflows go out of the window.

If you keep the workflow as simple as possible, no one is irreplaceable, and that is essential.

I don't think many in here use anything more than html, css, a server language, javascript, jquery.

Id like to know if any of the regs are using something like angular, react, vue, node, python, ruby etc - those kinds of workflows and what exactly are they doing with them in their websites, that requires them to use them. Even json files which store data are a mystery to me - I can't get my head around why I would want to store info in a json file, in what circumstance rather than a mysql database. Ive never done it could someone convince me that I need to start now and why? I dont design websites like Facebook, Linkedin or Google so I have no interest in how much faster they might be at processing data....on the kind of wesbites I produce its immaterial.

I mean I can do the same thing in jquery, plain javascript, react and angular, which is better.........hummm

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What I am talking about is all done using -

html5, css, javascript, svg and on the server php/C# and sql.

So nothing out of the ordinary. Though I would be interested to know who uses the items you mention and why.

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pziecina  wrote

What I am talking about is all done using -

html5, css, javascript, svg and on the server php/C# and sql.

So nothing out of the ordinary.

Good to know.....for a minute I thought I was falling way behind.

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